Definition of trou in English:

trou

Syllabification: trou

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

(in phrase drop trou) informal
Pull down one’s pants, especially in public as a humorous stunt.

Origin

early 20th century: short for trousers; the phrase drop trou is first recorded in the 1960s.

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